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Yet Again! The CAAC suspends 11 more flights to China

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  • June 20, 2022June 22, 2022
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On June 17 & 19, the CAAC (Civil Aviation Administration of China) announced suspension against the following ELEVEN flights:

  • China Southern flight CZ326 from Sydney to Guangzhou
  • China Eastern flight MU562 from Sydney to Kunming
  • EgyptAir flight MS953 from Cairo to Hangzhou
  • Air China flight CA934 from Paris to Tianjin
  • Air France flight AF382 from Paris to Tianjin
  • Neos flight NO946 from Milan to Tianjin
  • Turkish Airlines flight TK72 from Istanbul to Guangzhou
  • Beijing Capital Airlines flight JD430 from Lisbon to Xi’an
  • Emirates flight EK362 from Dubai to Guangzhou
  • KLM flight KL831 from Amsterdam to Hangzhou
  • China Southern flight CZ328 from Los Angeles to Guangzhou
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On June 8, 5 passengers on flight CZ326, 5 passengers on flight MU562, 5 passengers on flight MS953, and 7 passengers on flight TK72 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result:

  • CZ324 was suspended for two weeks starting June 27.
  • MU562 was suspended for two weeks starting June 27.
  • MS953 was suspended for two weeks starting June 27.
  • TK72 was suspended for two weeks starting July 4.

On June 9, 8 passengers on flight CA934 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, CA934 was suspended for two weeks starting June 27.

On June 10, 5 passengers on flight AF382, 9 passengers on flight NO946, and 10 passengers on flight KL831 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result:

  • AF382 was suspended for two weeks starting June 27.
  • NO946 was suspended for two weeks starting June 27.
  • KL831 was suspended for four weeks starting June 27.

On June 11, 12 passengers on flight EK362 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result, EK362 was suspended for four weeks starting July 4.

On June 12, 10 passengers on flight JD430, and 16 passengers on flight CZ328 tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

As a result:

  • JD430 was suspended for four weeks starting June 27.
  • CZ328 was suspended for four weeks starting July 25.

For an overview of all the suspended flights, please visit this page here.

For an overview of all the available direct flights to China, please visit this page here.